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The Virtual University: The Internet and Resource-Based Learning (The Open and Distance Learning Series)

   by Steve Ryan / Bernard Scott / Howard Freeman / Daxa Patel

    Taylor & Francis Group
    01 August, 2000


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Provides the reader with accessible, practical information, February 16, 2001
The Virtual University: The Internet And Resource-Based Learning is written to enable for teachers to take full advantage of the communication, information, and teaching opportunities made possible by computer and Internet technologies. The topics and issues covered in detail include education and the Internet; resource-based learning; technology; and the impact of computer generated and assisted learning in changing cultures. Authors Steve Ryan, Bernard Scott, Howard Freeman, and Daxa Patel collaborate to provide the reader with accessible, practical information, including a stimulating view of the role of teachers in the new virtual age. The Virtual University is a highly recommended addition to any personal, professional, and academic educational resource and reference collection.

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